I would like to call the attention of the Minister of Justice to some things that have happened during the past year in connection with capital punishment. We have had capital punishment in this country for a long time, and it is possible we shall not abolish it at the present time. We had a case during the last year, in the county in which I live, of a man being executed in such a bungling manner that it was commented on, I think, by all the papers in Canada. I know there is a very strong feeling in my province, and I think in other provinces of Canada, that capital punishment should not be carried out at the county gaols, but that some provision should be made for executing prisoners who are condemned to death in the penitentiaries or at some central place in the province where proper arrangements can be made to carry out the law in that respect. Living in the county in which this bungling occurred last year, I feel that I would be remiss in my duty if I let this opportunity pass without calling the attention of the Minister of Justice to the matter. I have no doubt that he has received communications on the subject, and I should like to know whether it is the intention of his department to make arrangements to have executions caried out in future at the penitentiaries in Canada.